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journalists. >> he shot this video in the first city taken by the rebels. >> i was responding. i was about 20 inches from the tank. >> in our studio, rudy uses -- explains the technical tricks he has used to protect video on his computer from the prying eyes of checkpoints. he has been to jail three times. he was also tortured and feared for his life. >> maybe i'm the next one who will die in the shelling. but because we try to just let everyone in the world see what the rajiv -- what the regime is doing. we are ready to sacrifice ourselves to the world. >> these are all students who became a citizen journalists before fleeing syria. in paris, they found support from like mines -- mines -- minds. mahomet came to paris 12 years ago. he has been helping syrian refugees since the conflict broke out, providing documentation, accommodation, and consolation. >> when they arrive, they emerged from jail and from being tortured. plus, they no longer have a purpose, like organizing and filming the resistance to assad. we try to take them in. >> among the compatriots' he has been looking after is actres
. that that make it a better, safer, more walkable community considering we're a transit-first city. i have also worked in public transit and worked in the school district government. so i hopefully you kindly consider my appointment to seats 1, 2, 3 or 4. >> thank you, mr. walker. is there any other public comment on this item? seeing none, public comment is now closed. [ gavel ] and again i know that supervisor farrell was not here at our last committee hearing. we did hear from mr. daniel weaver, miss veronica garcia, mr. henry kevane and mr. william walker who just spoke again just now. so thank you to the other applicants who are here again today. supervisor campos. >> thank you, madame chair. and thank you to all of the applicants who have come out. and for your interest in serving the city and county of for instance. it's always hard when you have more applicants that you have seats. i think any one of these applicants would do a great job in this position. so it's unfortunate that we only have six seats for nine applicants. so my hope is that whatever happens if for some reason you a
, our city's leadership feels the same way. we are today opening the world's first network of shared electric scooters that you can activate with your smart phone and your phone, it's not just a key to the scooters, it's really a key to the city, it brings everything in the city closer to you, it opens up new neighborhoods that you may not have gone to before and it makes the places you get to every day more fun to get to. for those of us who ride, life before scoot is sort of like life before mobile phones, once you have a short-cut to anywhere in the city in your pocket, you don't really want to go back, so we give you scoot, the world's first network of shared electric scooters and the perfect mode of transportation for the city that leads the world in what's coming next. thank you. [applause]. >> alright.
to welcome you to our city of san francisco. and i first want to also echo what our fire chief just said as far as welcoming all of you who have been serving our country and the world in uniform. i want to thank those of you who helped to run our first responder departments around the bay area. i want to thank those of you who are our volunteers, our note programs here. and of course want to thank and welcome our san francisco secretary of state and the woman who manages and orders around that secretary of state, charles m. charlotte schultz. (applause) >> now, this week as you know, there is a lot going on here. and in addition to welcoming you here at the scenier leader seminar, i want to tell you we were so excited that the sls would be here that we decided this weekend to also require the americas cup to celebrate -- to require the san francisco giants to have a play off game, the 49ers to play this weekend, the blue grass festival to be here, the parade, as well as the castro sea fair to coincide and welcome you in style. but i wanted to say a few words about the one thing that keep
french). >> i'm very happy to be here again. first of all, because san francisco and paris are both very great cities, american and french cities and i cannot think with great emotion that between the american people and the french people, history has given us the best of the friendships and our time tokt together, it called freedom, democracy, to the dignity of all human people, and certainly san francisco and paris are an emblem of the link that exists between the french and the american people. there's something very magical about san francisco, the golden gate that i know now well, but there's a style of life, there's an art of life, there's a way of living together but being different and respecting the freedom of each other. the other privilege for paris is we've always played a role to create a very rich and strong relationship between the two cities, but also a very useful one. [inaudible] in the past with [inaudible], the foundations of this agreement [inaudible] and i will see later on my good friends who a couple of years ago told me that he was going to celebrate his birth
. to marvin gross, 45 yards to go to the touchdown. dunbar is the winner over poly. city and edmundston, before the storm, the first quarter, damon barnes, a touchdown, 6-0, edmonton. 60 yards and a touchdown, edmonton. city finally catches a break. try robinson not to dion. . it puts the game to bed. marcellus pack -- going the other way, 46 yards. edmonton over their rival city. central valley high, field goal, good from 67 yards. 4 yards longer than the longest yard in nfl history. not the longest in high school history. it was crucial his team won, 62- 65. a must win for the giants as they trail the cardinals' three- one. the giants have already won three elimination games in the postseason. in st. louis, crawford back of the box. pomelo sandoval made it 3-0. top of the, sandoval, just fair and gone. a solo shot. forces in game 6. please stay with us for another check of the forecast right after this. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i wouldn't want someone denying my rights based upon their religious vi
, a restaurant, a lounge, something where people can go up there because the first thing when you visit a city you want to go to the tallest building or one of the tallest buildings to see the view. it's just human nature. people like that. and i think it's -- if it can work in and if there is a way that could be, without destroying the commercial character of the building, but making that a possibility, it certainly wouldn't have to be the entire 18,000 square feet of the top floor, but there might be a way to work something in there. >> commissioner sugaya. >> yes, i did see that letter from alisandro asking us to consider that, the observation deck. i was thinking there isn't an observation deck in any of the high-rises in san francisco, short of having to go to the top of the mark for a drink or something like that. the only one i can think of that's really public is in golden gate park in the museum. so, i think we're trying to urge you to at least take a look at that and consider it somewhat seriously at this point. transamerica -- i'm sorry, it sucked back then, it still does. it's a lo
says the city poverty and drug use combine to generate a lot of crime. city also rank first nationwide in violent robbery. detroit no. 1 on the list. stockton comes in at no. 8. forbes blames stockton financial problems for the violence there. of course it was at the very beginning of the housing crisis. >>> all right let's talk to spencer about the forecast f.we have a real storm come. >> with he do indeed. looks like will hold off most of the weekend but here before the weekend ends. live view right now from our high definition roof top camera. looking at embarcadero center and you can see a little l mist in the sky there. we have low clouds around much of the bay area especially near the coast line reaching out across the bay. let's look at that by way of live doppler 7 hd. clouds all along the coast line here pushing out over parts of the peninsula. some of it having pushed across the east bay. much of the inland area though up in the north bay inland east bay and south bay clear skies at the moment so we call it generally partly cloudy rate now. pretty mild temperature rea
. these parks are the most heavily used in the city. i think the call for a need for a particular attention to improvement is there. i would agree that i would have liked to see what's actually called out to be first in priority, but as i understand, there are c-e-q-a problems or other kind of restrictions that wouldn't allow that. so, i would move to approve. >> second. >> commissioner moore. >> would the city attorney be able to advise as to whether or not there are any other tentative language that could be added in order to satisfy both concerns with other citizens that for parks will take up all funding priorities? and that is their concern. i'm not speaking about myself. that is what the public asked me to communicate. and is there a way of adding additional language which indeed supports the idea of what is implied and described by commissioner wu yet does not basically say because of the way generalizes [speaker not understood] expression chinatown parks, that that freezes all other funding for anything else? and this project will be implemented over a long time frame where many oth
access, which is the very basic requirements from just what the first screen will look like on what the citizens will see when they access our website, and it will match the city's websiteses since this is a city-wide software program. we already renewed all the initial historical data conversion requirements with the vendor. we've got a list of items that we're working on to be able to transfer the nice data migration completely transferred over, more or less. we've also connected the vendor server to build out the gis system currently in planning with all the address and the owner parcel information interfaces. that's also with the city program, the city address database. so, that is already being completed as we speak. and then, of course, we had staff that participated in the user conference that was held in, it was actually product and technical training classes. a lot of our staff attended that. a lot of planning staff attended that. the next steps on the process or on the software is to build -- is for the vendor to actually build the approved change orders into the core conf
and 7, making environmental findings. >> thank you. colleagues, one of the first thing issues did when i joined the board of supervisors was to call a hearing on bedbugs in the city and county of san francisco. prior to that hearing actually a group of many of our residents from neighborhoods, chinatown and south of market and the tenderloin had been convening meetings fore over a year to discuss what we could do about the citywide epidemic that has been plaguing our neighborhoods. through the work group this legislation came forwards a series of recommendations on what we could do to better abate bedbugs and the bedbug abatement issue here in san francisco. this legislation will address three primary issues. the first of course is to actually collect data on bedbug abatement. so to require pest control operators to report to the department of public health on bedbug abatements and to have disclosures and create better information by the city and county of san francisco for tenants, our operators and for our property owners. so i wanted to call up two individuals who have been working
for enjoying this moment, there is a lot to be gained by our sister city and especially with paris, i was informing the mayor of my first trip to paris, it's been my only trip which is why i have to go officially, but that was 1969 was my very first trip to pear ris as a high school student, as a high school choir of high school in seattle, we raised money all yearlong for us to go, i got to visit the jazz club along the river and then i got to hear for the very first time stevie wonder saying my shari amor in paris, look it up, that's why of course mayor dell way has invited me to be making my first official visit some time next year and certainly charlotte and tom and others have jumped on the occasion, matt and everybody else, but it is one of those relationships that i have understood as being one of the most porn -- important in the city, one is an international status, one we hold dearly because there's a lot to learn, each of our cities as great as they are become greater as our goals of becoming environmentally responsible, creating our opportunity for our economies to fwroe
're ensuring that our city remains strong and successful and solvent. and we want to make sure that we continue to be the innovation capital of world. for the first time in years we have had a lot of unity to account for and to move our city forward. business and labor, the mayor, and the board of supervisors, we have all been coming together on issues that affect all of us, tax reform, housing, fixing our parks and open space, fixing our streets. this year we have come together in an unprecedented way to put these issues to the ballot, because we agree it's the right time for smart and long-term investment in our city and in housing and in parks and in tax reform. together we're putting people back to work and building our city at the same time. now it's time to reform our tax structure. a lot of people ask me, well, mayor, what is this business tax reform? what is it all about? it's very complicated. well, i will tell them it's about real people, about business, and about real jobs. because it's now that we're the only city in the state of california that has a payroll tax, literally a ta
and throat clinic on welsch road in palo alto. >>> new this morning, disaster tore their cities apart. jazz helped unite them. now young musicians in new orleans and the japanese city have forged an unlikely friendship thanks to their shared love of music. last week the two groups met for the first time in an emotional performance. abc's reporter said it helped lift the spirits of survivors still rebuilding from last year's tsunami. ♪ it was a scene straight out of mardi gras, only this was in japan. ♪ >> that second line, a celebration to inspire them still recovering from disaster. >> it showed there is no bad things that can happen. like there's nothing that can keep people down. so the music will just lift you up. >> george brown knows from experience. seven years ago hurricane katrina nearly silenced his brases band the oquendo perry walker high, wash being away the only instruments they had. >> all my family plays so you could see something was taken away from them once the piano was gone. >> the silence didn't last long, thanks to help from an unlikely place. a japanese trumpet p
and michael to present for the city and county of san francisco. we will have presentations first. we may have questions from colleagues, including myself. and then we will open up for public comment. and this is a time to give feedback and also questions and concerns to us on the board. and then we'll continue the conversation after that. i also want to acknowledge that many of our residents have been writing to us about the outages, the electricity outages that have been going on the island. well, that's not the subject of the hearing today, i just want to let you know that that's something that our office is working on. we're convening the public utilities commission and the city administrator's office and tida to see what we can do to support the aging infrastructure through which our electricity runs through. as many of you know, this is the infrastructure that -- well, actually we haven't inherited yet, but it's currently owned by the u.s. navy. it's aging. they haven't put in the investment to improve it mainly because when the new development goes in, we're going to set up an entirely
are three things, first, jobs. we need them. we need good paying union jobs. and this project will bring those. second is growth. this city needs the growth of this tower to stimulate the economy to bring more money into this downtown area, just in general keep things moving forward and help to get us out of this recession. third is an attraction. this building will be a signature building. it will be an attraction. it will continue to spur tourism and again go back into the economy. so, i think that just in general i want to urge you to approve these items and adopt these measures so that this project go can go forward. thank you. >> thank you. * any additional public comment? seeing none, the public comment portion is closed. yes. [speaker not understood]. >> there are several new people in the audience who maybe don't have the history on the planning and zoning. it might be worth briefly going over kind of where we came from and how we got here. this project is the center piece of a planning effort that's been going on for probably six years and it was the result of an effort to look
's planning commission approved some plans for the city's tallest building. and what would be the tallest building on the west coast. thursday's decision gives the green light for the new 61- story transbay terminal tower. it will stand at first and mission streets reach 1,070 feet high. that's more than 200 feet taller than the transamerica building. >> wow. >>> it's a whole new commute for thousands of bay area workers. >> yup. they are part of a new generation of employees who are being driven to and from work on corporate buses. cbs 5's mike sugerman reports. >>> reporter: mass transit isn't always public transit. every day hundreds of huge bus transport a mass of people from san francisco to the silicon valley. workplaces like google, yahoo and the like. but they certainly aren't public. >> companies themselves are a little cagey about where those routes are. it can be a contentious issue. >> reporter: eric sees these big buses all over the city and like the rest of us knew nothing about them except that they seemed rather plush and efficient, very much unlike public transit. >> it's
. >>> the biggest skyscraper on the west coast is going to be built in san francisco. city planners approved construction and funding for the new 61 story transbay terminal tower. it will be built at first and mission streets. and when it's done, it will stand at 1,070 feet. now, that's 200 feet taller than the transamerica building. planners actually lowered the height of the building a bit to please neighbors concerned about the size and increased traffic. >>> it sounds a little like a horror movie from the 1950s. an invasive species in the northern bay area nicknamed the blob... as cbs 5 reporter john ramos explains, from point reyes the slimy invader is being used to try and tip the balance in the fight over a commercial oyster bed. >> reporter: the point reyes seashore is a place of solitude and wind spent beauty but the inlet is a battle ground and in the crosshairs is the drakes bay oyster company. >> it's an ideal shellfish growing area with the best water quality of any estuary in the state. >> reporter: oysters have been farmed here for 70 years but the national park service wants
season here with some good recommendations. >> good morning. it is tension city. the name of the person who did the first debate. there's debate about his moderating. well, he had a book out a couple months ago about the presidential debate. it gives you all the inside scoop from nixon, kennedy and everything. so if you read it now, you're gonna really say, oh my goodness, what was going on? what was really in his mind? tension city. he really gets to it. there's a new book coming out about the president that people still think might have been the most impressive president, thomas jefferson. most controversial. >> this is a brand new book coming out. >> it will be out in about a week. the book that's already out about him that came out last week is cream brulee. you wonder what does that have to do with thomas yefr son? well, we know he was a gardener, university of virginia. he also loved french cooking and actually went to paris and discovered macaroni and cheese. >> no kidding? >> french fries. yes. introduced it to america. and pasta. we all have 20 pounds to thank for that. >> than
biggest city in ohio. it was named parma because it was the first place of parmesan true. >> there is no way that is true. >> or is it that true. >> vote now. >> i'm barack obama. >> i'm mitt romney. >> i approve this message. >> the good people of parma like other ohioans like the other people of ohio, can barely get through the episode of real housewives of akron without being bombarded with political ads. like in los angeles our commercials are about kim kardashian and her boob jobs. what is it like for presidential elections. >> i get sick of the phone calls. 20 a day. >> 20 phone calls a day. >> about that. >> i don't get 20 regular phone calls in a month. i should move to ohio. >> personally, i don't care who you're going to vote for as long as it's not romney. >> aren't we biased. >> why would you say that? >> because you're from l.a. >> forcible rape. >> how can you support that. >> i wish i lived in new york because it's not a swing state. >> are you a family? >> um, she's a close friend to me and my wife. and she had an opportunity to come to the rally in parma.
maintain a single tax rate across the entire state. they don't allow the local cities and counties to add animosity kito abatement tax. and sales tax holidays, you don't pay sales tax on the first $50 of school supplies. rules like that is what makes collecting sales tax across the country insanely complex. so my own state of virginia has done a pretty good job at trying to be simple and be attractive to businesses. they exempt digital downloads to encourage that industry. they want to maintain a business friendly environment. >> i think this highlights the balance i talked about earlier, that congress has to strike between the burdens on interstate commerce and state sovereignty on the other, the things that make the sales tax more complex are the things the voters like, sales tax holidays, a threshold so you don't pay sales tax on the full price, a much reduced price. that's what consumers and voters like. it's a balance on one hand of the desires of the voters and the states and the desire for fairness and also for the states, frankly, to be able to maintain their taxes in a way that m
involved. the numbers are on your screen -- our first call comes from james in bay city, mich. on our line for republicans. caller: good morning. i understand if you have no children at all, it would be a good deal. on the other hand, what is the downside to this bank? -- to this thing? i am 90 years old. thank you. guest: the first thing people should think about is whether they really need to have this money. if you needed to stay in the home and you have no other assets or way to borrow money, then you should look into a reverse mortgage. the thing you have to be careful of, for instance, if you have a property that is valued at $250,000, and if you're 65, you could maybe get a loan of $135,000 on a because they don't give you the full value of the home in the loan. the give you a portion of that. it goes up as your oldness or fewer 90 years old and having to order the $2,000 house, you can get close to $200,000 on that house. what are you going to do without lump sum of money? if there is another 10 years that the person lives, you can be adding $80,000 or more to that loan. you could
everyone can get the message. and yes, we are throughout the entire city. >> great, thank you. >> no, my questions have been asked and answered. i will say this though, commissioners. i just want to say this is my first community meeting in this building, so i want to say kudos to the commissioner and whoever it is, particularly for the translation services. i remember a meeting we had here one time when we did not think about that and at the last moment we pulled out headsets everywhere. so we were prepared. i hope everyone appreciates that. i'm sure the community does. so nice job. >> thank you. >> well ladies and gentlemen, this wraps up our meeting. i want to thank everybody who helped prepare the meeting from the station, from the captain, the command staff and the members of the community that came for the record. and again this was very interesting. we will continue to address the broadway corridor, washington square, so thank you very much. would you please call line item number four please? >> line item number four, ajourment. >> do i have a motion? >> aye. >> all favor. thank y
. he is the father of jamie huguely and the counselor for ottawa city. good morning to you. i just have to say first, i'm so sorry for the loss of your son jamie. i'd like you to tell me a little bit about him and why he was struggling. >> thank you, and thank you for the invitation to be here today. jamie was struggling. he had been dealing with bullying as one of the issues for a few years, different situations. and also, it was a figure skater. he got picked on for that. he was one of those boys that was always smiling, happy to be around, and liked to make everybody happy. so that also made him a target. and at the start of grade ten, he had come out as the only openly gay male at his high school. >> did he share with you that that was part of the issue for him, and that's why he thought in part he was being bullied? >> he didn't understand -- his exact words to me is that he didn't understand why people didn't like him. he hadn't done anything to hurt anybody. he enjoyed his skating, when he was younger, for example. he couldn't understand why that made him a target for bullies. ju
to unite them. now young musicians in new orleans and the japanese city have forged an unlikely friendship thanks to their shared love of music. last week the two groups met for the first time in an emotional performance. abc's reporter said it helped lift the spirits of survivors still rebuilding from last year's tsunami. ♪ it was a scene straight out of mardi gras, only this was in japan. ♪ >> that second line, a celebration to inspire them still recovering from disaster. >> it showed there is no bad things that can happen. like there's nothing that can keep people down. so the music will just lift you up. >> george brown knows from experience. seven years ago hurricane katrina nearly silenced his brass band at oak perry walker high, wash being away the only instruments they had. >> all my family plays so you could see something was taken away from them once the piano was gone. >> the silence didn't last long, thanks to help from an unlikely place. a japanese trumpet player raised thousands of dollars, collected nearly 800 instruments from japan. >> i think jazz is one of the -- the
second debate. i felt really well rested after the nice long nap i had in the first debate. >> i've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. headline, obama embraced by catholics. romney dines with rich people. >> i'm still making the most of my time in the city. earlier today, i went shopping at some stores in midtown. i understand governor romney went shopping for some stores in midtown. >> we don't even know. looks like some of those jokes were, you know, written and created by the men themselves. have a wonderful weekend. see you back here on monday. "ac 360" starts now.
, disaster door their cities apart. jazz helped unite them. now young musicians in new orleans and the japanese city have forged an unlikely friendship thanks to their shared love of music. last week the two groups met for the first time in an emotional performance. abc's reporter said it helped lift the spirits of survivors still rebuilding from last year's tsunami. ♪ it was a scene straight out of mardi gras, only this was in japan. ♪ >> that second line, a celebration to inspire them still recovering from disaster. >> it showed there is no bad things that can happen. like there's nothing that can keep people down. so the music will just lift you up. >> george brown knows from experience. seven years ago hurricane katrina nearly silenced his brass band, washing away the only instruments they had at the high school. >> all my family plays so you could see something was taken away from them once the piano was gone. >> the silence didn't last long, thanks to help from an unlikely place, japanese trumpet player raised thousands of dollars, collected nearly 800 instruments fro
. the first one came in in the predawn hours on friday and produced the heaviest rains from the city northwestward. in some cases rain totals were up about an inch or maybe little more than that. there were two bands of rain there through baltimore county into howard county and then out parts of west carroll county and frederick county. then later in the day we had that second band of rain come through late afternoon, early evening last evening. that produced severe weather. you see another band of rain went right over what occurred in the morning. that was that second band that generated the tornado warning last night. there were gusty winds. no ro taying at the surface reported there. quite a bit of rain. some of these areas in baltimore county and hartford county got close to 2 inches of rain or maybe little more than that. some total for the entire day during the day yesterday. this morning we're cooling down now. 58 on the board walk. par kins down to 47. frederick 46. all the way down to 39 in oakland. that's downright frosty. here's the satellite picture. stormy weather off sh
. get your first full prescription free and save on refills at advaircopd.com. >>> after sin city the new sunlight foundation's rankings of top political ad markets places orlando second, pittsburgh third. >>> now to the most expensive political campaigns in congress. the senate showdown in massachusetts between democrat elizabeth warren and incumbent republican scott brown is first by a whole lot. combined fundraising nearly $53 million. spending at about 37 million. and by the way, warren's raised about 4 million more than brown. >>> the senate bat until ohio is second with combined fundraising of $30.4 million and spending at about 21 million. the senate race in virginia, third most expensive with 32 million raised. almost 19 million spent. >>> let's go now to the top parodies of the presidential campaign. idolator.com number three president obama singing "call me maybe." ♪ obama style obama style >> and coming in second, a takeoff on gangnam style. it's "obama style." ♪ changing obama style >> and at the idol ators most favorite parody, mitt romney in gangnam style. your n
in the city was detroit for the 4th year in a row. >> lance armstrong spoke for the first time. he appeared last night. he said he was humbled by their support. >> i get asked a lot. how you doing? i say this every time. i meant. i say i have been better. but i have also been worse. >> this monday the cycling governing body could strip him of his titles. the united states anti doping agency had accused him of a scheme to cheat the support. on wednesday as he resigned as chairman of his charity he lost major sponsors. just yesterday the australian broadcasting company claimed he bribed fellow cyclists to win. >>> jesse jackson honored. barbara lee was among the guests at the fundraiser for his rainbow push coalition. >> that's why we have nominated him for the peace prize. >> he also spoke about the upcoming election and the importance of getting out the vote. >> documentary on the challenges facing patients and staff at oakland's highland hospital opened to sold out crowds. >> i can't let him slip through. >> he is trying to take the pain. >> the waiting room was filmed a budget of
city, illinois. hi, tom. >> caller: hi, this is to both gentlemen. i watch the republicans and i'm a democrat, but i voted bush one time the first time. so my question is this mr. romney. i understand the president obama is. he's not letting anyone drag us into wars are subtle conflicts, but easily do hope. like libya and other places. he turned it over to the u.n. and the last four americans in libya. but it's liberated. my question with mr. romney is, is he talking about actually going back in iraq? going into syria? getting ready to go to war with iran in the sense of, is he ready to put boots on the ground? is that what you must do different than the president? and if not, what does he want to do besides rattle a saber? i'll take your comments off the air. >> guest: i think it's a fantastic question because romney scamp would like certain people in the neoconservative elements of the republican party to believe that in fact he is ready to pull the trigger and the preemptive strike on iran. the problem is you look at what he actually said any talk to senior advisers, whether d
. this was sponsored by the league of women voters and held in kansas city. >> good evening from the kentucky center for the arts in louisville, kentucky. i'm dorothy ridings, president of the league of women voters, the sponsor of tonight's first presidential debate between republican ronald reagan and democrat walter mondale. our panelists are a syndicated columnist for universal press syndicate, the chief diplomatic correspondent for nbc news, the executive editor in the new republic magazine, and the diplomatic correspondent for the baltimore sun. now a syndicated columnist is our moderator. >> a brief word about our procedure tonight, the first question will go to mr. mondale and then the panel member who put the question will ask a follow-up. that will be limited to one minute. after that the same question will be put to president reagan and there will be a follow up and each man will have one minute for battle. the second question will go to president reagan and and the alternating will continue. then there will be four minutes summations. we have asked the question is to be brief. let's begi
of a terrorist attack under whatever terms or however you want to define that. post your tom, granite city, illinois under democrats find. >> caller: this is to both gentlemen. i watched all the debates with republicans and i'm a democrat, but i voted bush one time, first time. so my question is with mr. romney. i understand where president obama is. he's not letting anyone drag us into any more wars or to cite other conflicts, but he is willing to help, lincoln libya in other places. and he turned it over and we lost four americans in libya. my question mr. romney is, is he talking about actually going back in iraq, going into syria, getting ready to go to war with iran? in the sense of calm is he ready to the news on the ground? is that what he wants to do different than the president? and if not, what is he wanted to do besides rattled the saber? i'll take your comments off the air. >> guest: i think it's a fantastic question because romney's camp would like certain people in the neoconservative elements of the republican party to believe that in fact coming yes, he's ready to pull the
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